From the New York Times:
By Max Fisher and Amanda Taub
April 30, 2019
… Many whites welcome pluralism and multiculturalism. But for those who see the decline of white dominance as destabilizing, any increase in the minority population is perceived as an attack.
A growing body of research suggests that this sentiment may be driving significant political change in the United States, which is projected to become “majority minority” — with whites less than half of the population — by 2050.
So these “False Fears” are not so false. In fact, they represent the grand strategy of the Democratic Party to import enough future Democratic voters to turn the U.S. into a one-party country, unified mostly by constantly whipped-up hatred for the former majority.
A study by Maureen Craig of New York University and Jennifer Richeson of Yale University found that white Americans who so much as read a news article on these demographic changes will express “more negative attitudes toward Latinos, blacks, and Asian-Americans” and “more automatic pro-white/anti-minority bias.”
The effect disappeared when the authors told participants that whites were expected to remain politically and culturally dominant.
After all, the New York Times runs 10 or 15 opeds per week encouraging nonwhites to defer to the deserved dominance of whites, such as yesterday’s “Fellow Women of Color: It’s Time to Admit That Beckys with Their Lovely Blond Hair Are More Just Beautiful Than Us.”
Other studies find that when white Americans learn about these demographic trends they become less supportive of immigration, affirmative action, welfare spending and health care spending, and more supportive of military spending and of President Trump.
In a 2016 poll, 57 percent of whites said “discrimination against whites is as big a problem today as discrimination against blacks and other minorities.”
Clearly, much more lying will be necessary.